London Gatwick Airport (LGW) is expected to hit its 45 million-passenger ceiling by 2030, according to a new master plan released by owners Global Infrastructure Partners. LGW, which claims to be the UK’s second busiest airport, handles around 34 million passengers a year. The report suggests this number will grow to around 40 million by 2021-22. “Gatwick could, by 2030, handle around 45 million passengers a year, at which point the airport would be full,” said LGW, ...

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